Our second compensation survey was conducted in April and May 2017; the report was published in July. While there are many compensation reports available for the nonprofit sector at large, we are unaware of any others available specifically for nonprofits that provide home repairs for low-income families and individuals.
The 22 page report includes salary information for 14 different job titles (ranges of salaries, averages, and medians), as well as details about compensation adjustments (cost of living adjustments, merit based raises, raises based on years of service, bonuses, etc.), benefits (medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, retirement plans, disability insurance, life insurance, etc.), benefit time (vacation, holidays, sick time, personal days, comp time, etc.), and temporary staff (job titles, pay, benefits, etc.). There's also an appendix that compares responses from the 20 organizations that participated in our compensation survey both times.
We are thankful for the 32 organizations in 18 states that participated in the survey: Adventure Serve Ministries, Alabama Rural Ministry, Appalachia Service Project, Appalachian Community Action & Development Agency, Appalachian Outreach Ministries, Bethlehem Farm, Blueprint Ministries, Community Housing Solutions, COVER Home Repair, Good Neighbors, Good Works, Holston Habitat for Humanity, Home Works of America, Housing Development Alliance, Knoxville Habitat for Humanity, Mission Serve, Mountain T.O.P., Nehemiah Mission, Operation Home, Ozark Mission Project, Raise the Roof Project, Reach Mission Trips, Rebuild Upstate, Rebuilding Together of the Triangle, Rebuilding Together Philadelphia, ReCreation Experiences, Rockford WorkCamps, Roots of Renewal, Rutherford Housing Partnership, Service Over Self, Sierra Service Project, and YouthWorks. They received this report for free. (If you are on staff with one of these participating organizations and you'd like to view the report, ask your Executive Director to share it with you.)
Proceed to our online store to purchase the 2017 report. The cost is $49 for association members and $99 for non-members. A PDF will be available for download immediately after we receive your payment. You may share the report with your staff and board. The information is only for internal use in your organization and may not be shared with other nonprofits.